Under pressure to cut the bill’s cost, Democrats disagree over whether to offer more benefits to older Americans or to cover more of the working poor.
The Biden administration’s push to introduce widespread vaccine boosters faces a test as a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel meets to weigh evidence on the extra shots, a topic that has divided federal health officials.
As Democrats' massive reconciliation bill makes its way through the machine, one item is getting all the attention: health care. It’s a fight that basically boils down to Nancy Pelosi versus … everyone else — with the legacies of Pelosi,...
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said he is “disappointed” with a House panel’s vote on Wednesday to block legislation to lower drug prices. “I'm very disappointed in the vote today on prescription drugs by the House Energy and...
President Biden on Thursday will deliver a "forceful" call for Congress to act to lower prescription drug prices, a White House official said, as the president shines a spotlight on a key part of Democrats' upcoming spending package.In a...
Pharma executives, lobbyists and consultants are mobilizing to fight what has become a threat to drug companies’ bottom lines: an agreement to better harmonize corporate taxation around the globe.
Survey finds COVID patients face lingering medical debt from unpaid hospital, medical bills.      
The president is one of a disappearing group of politicians who sought moderate compromises on abortion. His supporters want faster changes. But abortion opponents are also taking him to task. (Image credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
More than 1 million Americans signed up for health insurance during the special enrollment period for COVID-19, according to the Biden administration.      
During the final presidential debate, President Donald Trump claimed that 180 million people would lose their private health insurance to socialized medicine if the Democratic presidential nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, is elected president. “They have 180 million people, families under what he wants to do, which will basically be socialized medicine — you […]
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